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for us. the mobility plans that local authorities are now obliged to develop, and the hearings that are organized because of that, are almost always concerning parking places. we have now a program where we are having one less car parking space. in the streets, you see, there is one car less because now bicycles can ride their bikes, but the comments are not as enthusiastic. you will have to be from the cycling movement to be happy about that. it is a hard struggle. >> you, sir? >> with health insurance, i think people are realizing it is an idea whose time has come. maybe we're trying to make the same thing with cycling. in the united states, many people, especially in big cities, are much more resistant to the idea, including individual motorists, not just businesses afraid of profit. i am wondering, i am not sure how much a european have met with people who are very resistant, thinking it is like socialism, people just want to take over the streets and will not be room for cars and we will go slower and lose jobs. have you been able to convince people? what kind of arguments
used them sparingly, but president obama has appointed special envoys to deal with everything from climate change to the closing of guantanamo bay. but with special envoys come special problems. >> the dger of, of having only special envoys is that you, is that you get mixed signals, you get wires crossed. but at the end of the day, i think that's a risk worth taking. >> will the obama administration's reliance on these special negotiators advance u.s. goals in places like afghanistan and the middle east, or are there too many cooks in the kitchen? next, on great decisions. >> in a democracy, agreement is not essential, but participation is. join us as we discuss today's most critical global issues. join us as we discuss today's most critical global issues. join us for great decisions. [instrumental music] >> great decisions is produced by the foreign policy association, inspiring americans to learn more about the world. funding for great decisions is provided by the carnegie corporation of new york, the starr foundation, shell international and the european commission. great decis
'll be back at 7:00 eastern time, thank you for joining us. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2010] >>. what's in 2007, analysts meredith whitney was the first to predict major losses for citigroup. she said -- our guest tonight on c-span's q&a. >> next, a discussion on the image of muslims in the u.s.. some of the topics are the controversy over the proposed islamic center near ground zero in york city. it is an hour and half. >> we welcome you to our briefing. and we have a distinguished panel year before you to talk about -- we call it a discussion. i want to be clear that this briefing is not about park 51. none of the panelists here are experts on the project or connected directly. this is not about park 51. the congressional muslim the staff association does not necessarily endorse the positions of the panelists here. we want to bring together experts and community leaders to talk about conversations in the wake of this controversy that is taking place all across america. it is a complex conversation that we're having right now. the muslim staff association represents a
in atlanta. stay with us all evening for all the late, breaking news. "the situation room" begins right now. >>> with the clock ticking toward mid-term elections in just two months, president obama is stepping up efforts to turn around the economy. but with growing fear of a double-dip recession, what are his options? i'll ask moody's chief economist, mark zandy. >>> children holding on to hope in the middle of a disaster. dr. sanjay gupta is in pakistan with the youngest flood victims. >>> and blowing up tanks, literally. how inflatable artillery could change everything we know about waging war. >>> we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> as i've said from the start, there's no quick fix to the worst recession we've experienced since the great depression. the hard truth is that it took years to create our current economic problems. and it will take more time than any of us would like to repair the damage. millions of our neighbors are living with that painfully every day. but i want all americans to rem
important than editorial judgment? where is the drive for speed and mobility taking us? >> if online journalism came in a very fast, packaged vehicle, if turning to that next page of the news was as easy as turning the page of a magazine or a newspaper, we'd see people consuming even more news online. >> how is technology changing the way we produce, share, and find the news? that's our question today on "the future of news." >> a government without a tough and vibrant media of all sorts is not an option for the united states of america. >> more voices is always better for our industry, and more ways of distributing and more ways of reaching people and more ways that people can consume our media. >> so you're just gonna get everything, and you as a consumer have to choose. >> from the newseum in washington, d.c., this is "the future of news." welcome to the knight studio and our conversation about media and news in the digital age. i'm frank sesno. joining me today are two groundbreaking and digitally savvy reporters. mara schiavocampo of nbc is the first digital journalist in networ
is amber lion. what can you tell us today? certainly millions of craigslist users are noticing. >> well, tom, something you noticed physically about craigslist is if you live in the u.s. and go to your local page and scroll down to where the adults services section used to be you are met with a big black bar that says "sencensored." i have been on the phone trying to get ahold of craigslist and e-mailed them to see if this is permanent. we haven't heard back yet. one thing's for sure. this section has caused controversy in the past. people saying craigslist isn't doing enough to protect women and children that victims advocates say were being sold like sex slaves under this portion. in may, 2009, craigslist said they are going to start screening ads manually to protect women and children. for our investigation we put craigslist to the test, keeping them honest to see if they are doing what they say they are doing. we created this ad. in this ad it violates all of craigslist's rules. we wrote sweet, innocent, new girl indicating the girl could be a minor. we clearly put a price on here.
to be return of the bush era or the republican party is the party of no? the other mantra they are using. how do you counter that? >> i don't think it will be effective. i think the american people see it for what it is. political noise without substance attached. the realive it is, we stood in the door to try to prevent health care. they bold through the american people. >> sean: they bribed through the american people. technicality. >> but the reality is, republican leadership on the hill has offered time and time again and will continue until they take the majority in november when they can act and put into place these policies that empower small businesses by helping them create jobs by opening up capital and credit markets. by trusting the american people to know better about their health care than the federal government. i think on these issues and you have seen this in the polling, the issues are saying to the american people, republicans are prepared to listen to us and to act on what we want done to help us create jobs and grow the company and secure our neighborhoods and communities
the middle-class has been squeezed the most. he promises to turn it around. he used his address to talk about his efforts to create jobs make college more affordable ux cut taxes and overhaul the health care system but his comments follow more discouraging news from the labor department, that the economy shed 54,000 jobs in august and the unemployment rate kicked up to 9.6%. >> long before the recession hit the middle-class had been taken some hard shots. long before this recession the value of hard work had been given a short. >> reporter: as they tried to reassure americans that better days are ahead, many in the gop that obama's recovery summer has failed to materialize. it's time to do something new. >> the nation's unemployment rate has been above 9% for 16 consecutive months, despite fact that the obama administration promised that the trillion dollar stimulus would keep unemployment below 8%. the question is, where is the jobs. >> reporter: expect more talk about jobs. he hits the road after camp david pushing his economic message. on wednesday he'll lay out a new set of ideas from cle
tennis center. the u.s. open here on cbs. extending our coverage here to bring you mardy fish and arnaud clement. louis armstrong stadium. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for any errors in transcription.] [captioning made possible by cbs sports, a division of cbs broadcasting, inc.] bill: fish up a break in the fifth. these two have battled three hours, 11 minutes. 15-15. john: he's seized the moment so far in this fifth set. he doesn't want to get tentative like he did when he pulled back on that forehand. he's much better when he's stepping in and being aggressive. easy for me to say up here, but factually correct. jim: he almost whiffed that one. 82-mile-an-hour mis-hit first serve. john: that wind is still pretty rough. jim: he overcompensated on that sec
at the usta billie jean king national tennis center. the u.s. open here on cbs. extending our coverage here to bring you mardy fish and arnaud clement. louis armstrong stadium. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any transcription or for any errors in transcription.] [captioning made possible by cbs sports, a division of cbs broadcasting, inc.] bill: fish up a break in the fifth. these two have battled three hours, 11 minutes. 15-15. john: he's seized the moment so far in this fifth set. he doesn't want to get tentative like he did when he pulled back on that forehand. he's much better when he's stepping in and being aggressive. easy for me to say up here, but factually correct. jim: he almost whiffed that one. 82-mile-an-hour mis-hit first serve. john: that wind is still pretty rough.
to a 2018? will the republicans take control of the chamber? she reminds us of the history. that year the republicans swept the house races. the republican majority and republican speaker, newt gingrich -- she writes that speaker nancy pelosi is a famously in no danger. it probably means something that she appears to have gone missing from the national scene. cbs had her at 11% approval rating among registered voters in march. republicans were beating democrats might tend points 54% to 24%. in the history of that poll, the gop has never led by more than five points. what do you think? is this 1994 again? will the republicans be able to surge ahead and take control of the house? the stock about governors' races. can they take strides there? what is that need to president obama and his time in office? she went to a conservative activist to give his taken things. he was a contributor to the "contract to america." he was the founder of "americans for tax reform." he was one of the most insightful political reserves -- observers. he noted that republicans in 1994 were not pulling as well t
the weekend at camp david but he used his labor day weekend address to talk about the efforts to create jobs and make college more affordable, cut taxes and overhaul the healthcare system. the comments follow more discouraging news from the labor department that the economy shed 54,000 jobs in august. the unespecially employment rate kicked up to 9.6%. >> long before the recession hit, middle class had been taking hard shots. long before the recession, the hard work that built the country had been given short shift. >> the president and the economic team try to reassure americans that better days are ahead, many in the g.o.p. say the obama recovery summer never materialized and it's time to do something new. >> the nation's unemployment rate has now been above 9% for 16 consecutive months. this is despite the fact that the obama administration promised that the trillion-dollar stimulus would keep unemployment below 8%. so the question remains: where are the jobs? >> well, expect more talk about jobs and the middle class from the president soon after a weekend at camp david. he hit the road p
interesting about the exhibition. it's called if they came for us today -- am i saying it correctly? if they came for me today? which is a great, great title. that accomplishes that. because that's the key to me, how do you take an event that happened 65 years ago that was so important in terms of american history -- that's the thing, it's such a critical moment where the constitution was really tested. how do you keep it relevant in terms of its history to today and make sure that in some way it's related to cases like the aaron watata case or what happens after post-911? that to me is the tricky thing is how do you keep it alive and my hope is with the play that in some way it takes an incident, an event that happened, at least in my case it's 1948, the story that i tell, that it has relevancy to today in terms of how people can get along with each other. the most basic terms, ultimately can people from different backgrounds really get along with push comes to shove. when bottom lines are drawn, can you in fact make that bridge and get across that, quote, racial and cultural divid
be memorable, that's for sure. it has given us plenty of challenges, but nothing is stopping us. >> lasting memories for each other and their special day shared with hurricane earl. the eye of the storm stayed far off shore but close enough to bring driving wind and rain to the barrier islands. on new york's long island, powerful waves and rip currents created dangerous waves at area beaches. >> there is definitely a rip tide out there. >> now that earl has arrived in new england, the question is, how much damage will he leave behind. >> we know it certainly could have been much, much worse. where is earl now, john? >> earl is clearing new england and heading to the maritime provinces of canada. >> it has gotten over -- it was far enough off shore it was just a big squalor really for us. nearby in the mid-atlantic region, hatteras probably got the worst of it. it wasn't probably as bad as it could have been. in new england the storm has weakened. now, as as always happens behind a hurricane, you get excellent weather. here's the radar. h.d. doppler showing the eye of the storm. the radar is
, the so-called craigslist killer, used it to lure his victim. women's advocates say craigslist enabled the victimization of women. >> craigslist was wal-mart of sex trafficking. hopefully, what craigslist has done will serve as an example to the other less-visited web sites. >> there is clearly the very distinct danger that other sites will become sources of these ads, that they'll simply migrate there. >> reporter: craigslist had called it a matter of free speech. now this appears to be the final word. bill whitaker, cbs news, los angeles. >> president obama will unveil a new plan to create jobs next week. the white house had promised a recovery summer, but unemployment rose to 9.6% last month, and more than six million people have been out of work for half a year or longer. with the midterm elections approaching, the economy is now front and center. with more here is senior white house correspondent bill plante. bill. >> reporter: good evening, anthony. that's right, democrats' chances of holding on to one or maybe even both howlses of congress are sinking as unemployment rises. and
glad hurricane earl did not do anymore damage, but i could have used a drop of an at my house and we didn't get anything. >> it skirted off to the east, heading right toward nantucket, skirted north carolina. this has been a real close call. doesn't mean everyone's out of the woods. they did get a labor day break from hurricane earl in the northeast. actually it's been downgraded to a tropical storm as it brushed the coast of massachusetts this morning with heavy rain and high winds. >> and lots of sighs of relief up and down the east coast because this could have been a lot worse. but it if you're thinking of testing the waters at the beach, you'll want to watch out for what earl left behind. we'll have a full update. >> half a world away, a big earthquake in new zealand caused widespread damage in their second largest city which is actually locked down today. >> the prime minister said it was a miracle that no one was killed. we will head live to christ church for a look at the damage there in just a few minutes. >> back in this country, coulky horman would have been going back tol
and basically helped us negotiate a surrender. >> we just looked up as the dude was walking out. >> reporter: martinez with his hands held high slowly walked out of the house. he was handcuffed, placed in a patrol car and taken away. >> good old-fashioned police work recognizing people who are wanted and being able to recognize the area and where the person lived and resided. >> reporter: police say martinez a known gang member was looking to shoot rival gang members who may have been at that birthday party back in march. they say eric was not the intended target. the suspect's mother declined to speak with us tonight. reporting live here in east oakland, mike mibach, ktvu, channel 2 news. >>> authorities sifted through tons of trash in an east bay landfill today searching for a missing man in a landfill. they searched the landfill looking for the body of frederick salas who was reported missing a week ago, about the same time that his father was killed at a home in heck less america less. people suspect both were killed. the man was shot and killed by the highway patrol following a high-spe
, thanks for being with us, have a great holiday weekend, and we'll see you next week. >>> which of these stories will be you be talking about tomorrow? miss my mismanagement yet? new polling, 71% of americans believe our economic problems stem from policies enacted by president bush. so why would they ever, ever put the man who enacted those tax cuts for the wealthy policies back in charge? >> come on, we know what works and that is across the board marginal tax relief. >>> david corn on the bush nobody misses and the inability to connect the gop economic disaster dots for the american voter. >>> the newest two minutes taped newt's latest plan to demoralize the muslim at park 51. >> i think congress has the ability to declare the area a national battlefield memorial. i think we should think of the world trade center as a battlefield site, this is a war. >> so how much is battlefield? two square blocks, four, 40? and what does this mean for the battlefield scrip joint. >>> and joe miller's idea, phase out social security, starting the day after he is sworn in as senator. >> i can
words for you here, sex boxes. >>> we will begin with the weather. what used to be hurricane earl, still earl but a tropical storm, still dangerous however. we're going to go live to our reporters out there covering this. allan chernoff on long island for us. they did have to brave hurricane conditions overnight. susan candiotti as well on cape c cod. but first, where is earl now? reynolds, where is earl going? >> right now it is moving deeper into the atlantic. the latest we have on this particular storm is it is weaker, winds at 70 miles per hour. still a strong tropical storm but a shadow of what it was. 36 hours ago when it was the strongest over the planet. major hurricane, category 4. now the center of the storm is due east and now northeast of cape cod and the latest path of the national hurricane center continues it on that northeast trajectory. it has picked up steam, too. yesterday it was 15 to 18 miles per hour. northeast at 30 miles an hour. located at 145 miles just to the south of nova scotia at this point. it is expected to move into an area where you have much cooler wate
for the middle-class as he lays out his vision for recovery. his critics using the worsening jobs' numbers as ammo. i'm julie banderas and this is the fox report. >> it came roaring ashore. >> the wind and water are still coming in very hard. if you look up you see that red flag waving behind me. that is how fast the wind is blowing. >> julie: and left with a whimper. >> it's not a big hurricane. >> but parts of new england didn't escape. a look at the powerful storm's impact congress up in a live report. >>> also tonight, they go on patrol. they even lead investigations and help solve crimes, but they're not cops. they are regular joes. >> this is not only about cut reductions but improvement in the quality of service. >> but not everyone on board. >> is civilians going to be sticking around for 30 years? [ siren ] >> a powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake rattles an entire country cracking apart roads, destroying buildings and turning homes into rubble. a massive inferno ripped through a strip mall and chaos in the streets as one of america's key allies in the iraq war comes. >> political r
a major shift in the balance of power could be on the way. molly henneberg is live in washington for us. molly, nice to see you. a new poll suggesting that african-americans aren't very enthusiastic about these upcoming elections, right? >> hi, rick. nice to see you, too. yes, at least not as fired up as they were for the 2008 presidential election. gallup asked black and white voters if they were thinking, quote, quite a lot or some about the upcoming midterm in 2008 over 2008 both groups were giving the race for the white house a good bit of thought. going into the mid terms only 25% of blacks compared to 42% of whites are thinking quite a lot or some about these mid terms. one democratic strategist says it may have to do with president obama's first two years in office. >> given that he has not achieved the success that i think that i think any of us would have wanted him to achieve, there is a sense of disillusionment, disappointment among his core supporters which were largely though certainly not entirely african-americans and i think their level of enthusiasm for voting this time
on that cruise in canada? >> he is. >> live in chatham, massachusetts with the latest for us. were you on the cruise with your dad, peter? >> i am not. my dad -- oh, i was on the cruise, yeah, ended up having to fly out to halifax because i was needed here but luckily, tropical storm earl was a lot weaker than originally feared when it ended up coming into massachusetts last night. it was still a very powerful storm until it left the area about two hours ago. take a look at this. >> it's almost midnight here in massachusetts. we're down by the water and hurricane earl has been downgraded to tropical storm earl. you can see the wind and water are still coming in very, very hard. it hurts when it hits you in the face. you look up and you can see that red flag waving behind me. that's how fast the wind is blowing right now and you can see there's a beam from the chatham white house still beaming out light for miles to miles. a lot of people came out to see what was going on. they left the flip-flops here and headed towards the water. they were relying on the beacon to lead them back to
'll move ahead to the movies. stay with us throughout the day for latest breaking news. right now time for "your $$$$$." >> there are fresh signs of an economic recovery, but where are the jobs. welcome to "your $$$$$," i'm ali velshi christine romans is off this week. this week we got the job numbers for august. there is no green. in fact we lost 54,000 jobs in august. but the private sector, private businesses, companies actually added 67,000 jobs, that is the holy grail. we want companies growing. we don't need government growing. companies growing means that the emphasis on economic growth has fallen where it is supposed to. steven moore is a respected sparring partner and a good friend of this show. i described it as a glass one quarter full. i stick with that assessment given today's news. you sth. >> i agree with what you said. the good news is we got private sector job growth. and so i was encouraged by that and by the way this report was better than economists were forecasting. most of the job losses were the layoff of census workers. nose we those were part-time workers, we n
. >>> and need for speed. erin andrews takes us inside a nascar race car as it hits top speeds. can she handle 4 gs at 170 miles per hour? >>> good morning, america. and good morning, dan harris. just back from iraq. where you were covering the official end to the combat mission there. >> thank you. i was back here. >>> want to talk about the weather this weekend. hurricane earl is now tropical storm earl. it moved past long island about 8:00 p.m. last night. 11:00 p.m., it was downgraded to a tropical storm, with sustained winds at 70 miles per hour. it was that strength it swept by cape cod and nantucket. >> so, the good news is that storm wasn't that bad. no hurricane-force winds. no widespread damage. the bad news is that the storm has created serious migraines on this labor day weekend, with travel delays, dangerous 15-foot waves in some areas and a ton of rain in new england. in north carolina this morning, they're trying to get those flooded roads open again, so vacationers can get back out to the outer banks. now, we're hearing that there are two more storm systems teed up out in the atl
think is good news, but it means that it may linger over us for longer than we thought, which means more rain. >> sreenivasan: and in massachusetts, governor deval patrick warned against under-rating the storm. >> the public should continue to take precautions-- stay indoors and off the roads during the height of the storm. exercise extreme caution this afternoon when winds pick up. >> sreenivasan: out on the bay state's coast, inmates from the plymouth county jail shoveled and stacked sandbags. nearly 400 out-of-state utility crews were staged and ready. but as earl kept moving, officials up and down the coast hoped to salvage tourist revenue through labor day weekend. another bombing in pakistan has killed 54 people. it happened in quetta in the southwest, the latest in a series of such attacks. a suicide bomber targeted shiites staging a pro- palestinian rally and procession through the city. police said 160 people were wounded. the pakistani taliban claimed responsibility, and a spokesman claimed the group will launch attacks in america and europe very soon. in afghanistan, the u.s.
and the administration said some people earned too much money -- as if the government should tell us how much money they should earn. that's part of the bail out mentality and redistribution views of washington. pelosi is unpopular and reid is unpopular. they have a record that's not consistent with the extreme approaches they're trying to take over in the election. they may want to change the color of their hair and do stuff and all that but the people know how they voted. >> stuart: careful now. former governor george allen. thank you for joining us. appreciate it. thank you. >> you're authentic, stuart. >> stuart: i like that. thanks. on the phone with us now, democrat eck congressman dennis kucinich. mr. kucinich welcome to the program. we are out leaning member osyour party running flat out against your president. what dough you make of it! >> we haven't created enough jobs and there is a concern to what do we do to get the economy moving again. different ideas how to do it. >> stuart: i hate to interrupt but this is a bedrock shift at the ground floor level of members of congress in the democ
something later today and tomorrow . impact us posentially. this flair up could have pulled off north. that is earl moving around bang lor at this point . within a couple of four or five hours it is done for us . we will be done for earl. that is good news. we'll have complete sunshine much of the eastern sea board and so planning your labor day weekend, behind the storm things are looking beautiful. stay out of the water to let the rip currents go away. tomorrow things will be great. >> a state of emergency declared in new zealand christchurch. a second earthquake hit there this morning. a lot of people are trapped. happens of buildings are collapse power is out to thousands of people and many of the roads are broken up. also in new zealand a skydiving trip turns deadly. nine people were killed including four tourist from ireland, england and germany. it took off east of christchurch where the big earthquake took place. >> big equipment switch on the blown out well in the gulf. bp replaced the well head with a working one. it is expected to reach the water today. blow out preventer i
from saying i-do. >> it is always memorable. it has given us many challenges, but nothing has stopped us. >> their special day shared with a hurricane. earl wreaked havoc all along the eastern seaboard beginning with the outer banks overnight. the eye of the storm stayed off short to bring driving wind and rain to the barrier islands. on new york's long island powerful rain and rip currents created dangerous conditions at area beaches. >> several rip tide out there, and we are starting to see a lot of beach erosion. >> now that earl has arrived in new england, the question is, how much damage will he leave behind. michelle franzen, nbc news, chatham, massachusetts. >> john collins is tracking the storm. >> they sl have some good weather, this holiday weekend. and beautiful weather here, too. especially for all the folks at ocean city. they put up with a lot of squalorly weather yesterday. -- squally weather, too. the rest of the weekend is stunning. here's the satellite combination. you can see the storm pulling away. it is a rather large eye of the storm, but it is a weaker storm tha
him. >> larry: have a great weekend. see you monday. >>> thanks so much for joining us tonight. can a politician simply refuse to debate her opponents and refuse to answer questions from reporters and still get elected? we will soon find out. fresh from her debate disaster, arizona's governor says never again, no more debates, period. wait until you hear the reason she says she took part in that one disastrous debate wednesday. according to her, it wasn't to talk to voters. it was money, $1.7 million. we're keeping them honest. >>> also tonight another politician that seems to be dodging questions and responsibility, democratic congresswoman eddie bernice johnson, now blaming her top staffer for a scholarship scandal, giving thousands in charities of scholarship money to her relatives and staffer's relatives. >>> we're tracking earl up the east coast, though nowhere near as strong as anyone feared. it's now closing in on new england. where, when and how bad ly it could affect your labor day weekend. >>> andre agassi dominated tennis and, for much of his life, hated every single minu
the explorer in all of us. >> and now "bbc news night." >> facing execution, the british woman on death row for a crime she says she did not commit. campaigners say the case against -- the u.k. government once a retrial. >> what is life like in here? >> hellish. it is a nightmare. it is a place you don't want to be. >> and the novel about the fear of death of a soldier son completed as his own son was killed in combat. >> in my place rooted in my country with borders that are acknowledged by the arab countries neighboring s and international community. >> since the u.s. supreme court lifted a ban on the death penalty in 1976 there have more than 1200 executions in the u.s. in texas, a state where more than one-third of u.s. executions have taken place, a british woman could be put to death for a crime she says she did not commit. campaigners for linda say her original trial was flawed and her lawyers are pressing for a retrial. peter marshall has been to texas to meet her. ♪ ♪ [singing "amazing grace"] >> death row texas, the state with the busiest execution chamber. since the bet kelse
. >> these numbers are telling us that the economy is not falling off a cliff. it's not booming, either, which is the bad news. >> reporter: but the median length of unemployment fell below 20 weeks in august. it had been 22.2 weeks in july. 19,000 construction jobs were added last month, and 17,000 temporary jobs. nearly 400,000 temporary jobs have been added over the past year as employers have remained cautious. >> there's a great uncertainty the economy right now. >> reporter: daniel herrick is c.f.o. of pilla performance eyewear in connecticut. a year ago his company had five employees. today it has 18. >> almost all of you are expansion has been with the use of temp employees. >> reporter: that still means work for louisa ola. >> i'm still pinching myself. >> reporter: after two years of looking, she finally landed a temporary job as a bookkeeper. >> for the first time in two years i didn't have to call unemployment. i didn't have to get up at 5:00 in the morning to get online with unemployment. it was wonderful. >> reporter: but it could be a while before others share that feeling, says
feared. the storm is still kicking up dangerous rip currents, though. kevin is live for us in rockport, massachusetts. it looks pretty as a picture behind you. >> reporter: absolutely, you know. earl, we hardly knew you, thank goodness. because here in rockport, this harbor would be filled with boats and a lot of them have been pulled out of the water. and the good news is this morning that everything planned for rockport and the gloucester area out here in massachusetts is being put back on and all the labor day celebrations are going to be taking place. and they're going to be taking place as many people here breathe a sigh of relief. because this storm did go through here last night. it's gray and there's a little bit of rain coming down, but nothing like had been predicted all week long from this fierce force four hurricane that was going to be coming through here. fortunately, it was just sort of a storm when it came through here last night. and as you just mentioned, it's heading its way up north to canada towards halifax, and now people up there are being told to be on the looko
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, okay, where's the rally? we're going to go. it's a group of us. and, you know, i had no intentions on speaking at the rally. i had, you know, i was just there in support. and so at the end of the -- end of the speeches, they said, we understand that there's someone out there in the audience and they -- >> larry: come on down? >> yeah, come on down, and to say a few things, we appreciate you here supporting us. when i got up there, i'm like, i'm not just supporting you, i'm supporting me. so it just, you know. but i guess that phrase whatever happens in vegas stays in vegas, not true, larry, not true, larry king. >> larry: when did you know, wanda, that you were a lesbian? >> when did i know? let me see. when did coffee come out? pam greer. coffee. no. >> larry: no, like, is there a period, you're in high school and you're -- >> it was -- you know, it was very early on. i remember i was in the -- i mean, maybe second or third grade. and -- >> larry: really? >> it was these two sisters and they both liked my brother, i had an older brother, and they both liked him. my brother was off
. they've got to get batteries. they wiped us out of just about everything. >> reporter: still, ben ferrucci, vacationing with his two daughters, has faith this holiday will be spared. >> talked to the locals. they haven't got hit in 20 years around here. something about the cape. maybe we're lucky. when it gets close it likes to drift out to sea. hopefully it's not going to be any different this year. >> reporter: earl is also already causing problems for weekend travelers, brian. amtrak suspended train service between new york and boston until tomorrow morning. >> all right, peter alexander on the tip of long island at montauk. it's still going to get sporty tonight. we watched veteran hurricane specialist brian norcross until the wee small hours last night on the weather channel. he's back at it for us tonight. so, brian, a few things. some heartbreaking beach erosion in the east from the carolinas to maine, the canadian maritimes. fast-moving storm. it will be 1,000 miles into canada by this time tomorrow night. what do we owe for the nice timely shredding of this big storm? >>
him lessons that then he goes on to use to great effect later. host: political oper tunist? guest: yes. host: yoo license is s. grant? guest: he is considered one of the highest oper tunists and because of that he gets thrown out, because he really didn't have any political experience before he became president. so is his breath number, the number of positions he eserved end up way outside the norm. host: harry trueman. guest: trueman is one of those interesting things. as i recall, i would have to go back and look at my data. but as i recall he is actually an oper tunist, but it's because he served sort of short term in many of his underlying positions. host: barack obama. guest: he is officially not. but there was one from the 2008 election that actually had one of the highest scores. certainly higher than president clinton. host: why? guest: because he had run for more offices in a short period of time, where as senator clinton, at the time i counted her first lady experience as essentially one position, eight years. so that essentially disadvantages her. host: with barack obama, di
report." on behalf of all of us at fox news in washington and all of our viewers, i want to thank you for awfully good reporting. >> thank you. thank you for the audience and roger for the opportunity. i'm moving on to another opportunity but i'll cherish my years at fox. >> chris: for the final time, major garrett reporting from the white house. thank you for that. >> thank you, chris. >> chris: stocks were up today. dow added 128. the s&p gained 14-1/2. nasdaq was up 33-3/4. there is a new plan to put unemployed americans back to work at jobs they might not otherwise take. while some argue the effort could help secure the border, others say it's just a stunt that could put a dent in your wallet. correspondent claudia cowen takes a fair and balanced look. >> reporter: unemployed americans can find work on farms. that's the message the united farm workers of america is trying to get across with its take our jobs campaign. in response to calls for a crackdown on illegal immigration, the union is offering to train citizens to get food from field to truck to table. >> we are giving that
. here's the last batch of pictures we got from this tweet and she was nice enough to send us the shots. most before daybreak but these are the newest. we're dwog larry king. let's go out on these pictures. don't even come back to me, dan. stay on the story of the day. here now, "larry king live." >> larry: tonight, wanda sykes, one funny woman. >> if somebody broke into my house and vacuumed? [ laughter ] >> i might be a little confused, but i am not calling the cops. >> larry: opinionated, outspoken, sometimes outrageous. she's talking politics, palin, celebrity scandals and as a married lesbian with kids, got a lot to say about prop 8. wanda sykes will take your questions next on "larry king live." >> larry: good evening. what a great pleasure to welcome wanda sykes to "larry king live." the emmy-winning comic actress, writer. she'll be performing at the palamar star light in california this friday, and at the imperial palace and casino in biloxi, mississippi, september 10th. her hbo special is vying for outstanding variety music or comedy special that the weekend's emmy awards show.
in vallejo. >> let us all remember cindy and rick not for having died but for having lived. >> 46-year-old cindy was known as jenny to her coworkers and clients at devin's salon. she cut people's hair for a living, but she was also a friend. >> she was so warm. and wonderful! >> she's a lady. she'll be missed. >> 73-year-old ricardo worked as a security guard at the bank. >> and ricardo. just a wonderful man. he always had a smile, and he was just -- so gracious. we'll miss them both. >> police believe cindy's boyfriend murdered ricardo because he thought ricardo was getting involved with cindy. it's believed he strangled cindy before he was shot to death in a confrontation with police. >> i still don't know why it happened. >> more than 100 people attended. >> what they represented was just true friendship. that's what will be missed most. >> cindy tran had four sons ranging in age from 14 to 21. her friends set up a fund for the boys. they say she was a devoted mother. in vallejo, amy hollyfield, abc 7 news. >> and another aspect of this case. the husband of one of the other two murd
picked up a little bit, but used the occasion to retrash george w. bush for getting us into the war in the first place, you saw a lot of those clips. so, it was kind of a no-win situation for obama. it wasn't ever his issue. he had to be careful not to be triumphant and have another mission accomplished moment and i think the press didn't really know what to make of it. >> there was the sort of weird turn where he starts talking about the economy. i guess, taking a war speech and turning it into, you know, i feel your pain, was that reflected in the coverage? >> well, yeah, because i think that most people found it almost a little strange that he was even giving this address for precisely the reasons that were just outlined and also because most americans frankly don't want to hear about the iraq war and are concerned about the economy, they want to hear about the economy, they want to know what he's doing to fix it and i think that most people feel like if he's going to be addressing americans, he should be talking about that. >> judy miller who fits on the panel frequently writes
: a process that will take time and patience. cnn, atlanta. >>> tropical storm earl breezed by the u.s., but when the storm made landfall in eastern canada today it downed trees and knocked out power. susan candiotti stood watch on cape cod, massachusetts. >> reporter: the day after tropical storm earl passed by it's a beautiful day here on cape cod. we don't know how much all the hurricane perceptioreparations t the mayor is praising the agencies for what they did and how residents prepared by buying storm supplies ahead of time and not clogging the roads to evacuate if they didn't have to. one of the people we met is 88-year-old georgia who decided to ride out the storm at her home on nantucket island. she spent the evening with burritos for dinner and a margarita. >> we stayed here. i took the dog out for a long walk in the rain. i thought it was probably the nor'easter we had ten days ago gave us more rain. it wasn't bad. >> reporter: after the fourth of july, labor day weekend here in the u.s. is the second biggest holiday weekend for hotel owners here on cape cod. of course becau
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